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The Lehi's John Hutchings Museum occupies the historic Veteran's Memorial Building. The Museum started with founder Mr. Hutchings, who Eunice donated their vast collections of rocks, minerals, fossils, shells, stuffed birds, eggs, Native American artifacts, pioneer items, and Wild West guns and memorabilia to the non-profit Museum corporation that will be held in trust for the residents of Lehi. Over time, the Museum?s collection grew as friends of John Hutchings started donating their collections to the Museum.

Today, this institution serves as a hands-on teaching Museum featuring numerous new interactive, touch, and feel exhibits.* The Museum also boasts of its seasoned staff and docents who are knowledgeable and more than willing to guide visitors to this informative facility.

The Museum showcases its displays in the Wild West Room, Native American Room, Pioneer Rooms, Rocks and Minerals exhibit, Fossil and Shells, and the Bird, Egg, and Animal Room. It also features workshops and activities that can be participated in by individuals and groups. It also offers opportunities for field trips and general tours. The admission fee is $3 for students and adults, and free for teachers.
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